Iglesia de Santa María de la Oliva

Villaviciosa, Spain

Iglesia de Santa María de la Oliva is a 13th-century stone church in Villaviciosa. The stone Gothic church was completed in the Spanish Gothic style in the 1270s.

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Founded: 13th century
Category: Religious sites in Spain

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Stuart McCleane (2 years ago)
Beautiful romanesque church located in a rundown but delightful plaza in the heart of Villaviciosa and on the Camino de Primitivo route to Santiago de Compostela.
Jose Maria Romero Fernandez (3 years ago)
Interesting church from the late Romanesque and early Gothic periods. We were unable to visit the interior.
Belenos Alojamientos Turísticos (3 years ago)
Incredible Church that keeps and shows some of the most relevant images of the erotic Romanesque. Must visit
MARIA MONTERO (3 years ago)
Beautiful Church and great explanation by the guide, at no cost. Highly recommended, we missed knowing Tazones..?
Nuno Abreu (4 years ago)
A luta contra a vespa asiática, é de louvar a iniciativa fa Câmara Municipal de Villaviciosa.
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